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. therefore as we join in recognizing ambassador stevens am myself midst a sober outpouring of praise from his family, colleagues, fellow americans and the leaders of this nation, we remember also that chris stevens was beloved by many libyans as well. therefore on behalf of the residents of northern california and our entire state, we join president barack obama, secretary of state hillary rodham clinton, democratic leader nancy pelosi and expensive network of people in saluting ambassador chris stevens who will be remembered for his strong sense of dignity, his humility and his generous service to others. he will be truly missed by all who loved him and by all he served throughout the magnitude of his life's work. thank you for this honor. [applause] >>> members of christopher stevens family, ladies and gentlemen, let me first thank chris stevens' brothers and sisters for their warm and delightful insights into what he was really like. thank you so much. that was fantastic what you did for us. christopher stevens was obviously an extraordinary human being and contributor. every year at stanf
panning from the virgin load of dirt. it was lesson in history from the stevens family. i will never forget what a great experience it was to live with those two guys. moving on to his study habits, everyone knew how brilliant he was, an enlightened manner. he was truly the smartest man in the room but never comported himself that way. he was confident and outgoing. never arrogant. always self-effacing, quick with a laugh or grin. always looking for ways to learn something from everyone else around him. he was no surprise considering chris came from such good stock. chris studied western civilizations and immerses himselfs in cultures and languages and took multiple trips to study abroad in spain, italy, morocco. perhaps most importantly chris knew how to relax and enjoy the moment. when i would periodically freak out about my course work or some o ther problem i thought i had he would make me stop and take a break, play a game of back gammon on the balcony and enjoy the view. it was an early lesson in the zenlike mindfulness of chris. no wonder he exceled in such a challenging and s
ambassador john christopher chris stevens. a son of northern california and the bay area, ambassador stevens tragically lost his life in the greatest service to his country. selflessly and courageously representing american values in a foreign nation he knew intimately and cared for deeply. in his diplomatic capacity, ambassador stevens brought a profound and prolific knowledge of arab world and middle east to his assignment. his exemplary gift for making personal connections was invaluable as his role as specific representative and ambassador to one of the most complex and challenging regions of the world. therefore as we join in recognizing ambassador stevens am myself midst a sober outpouring of praise from his family, colleagues, fellow americans and the leaders of this nation, we remember also that chris stevens was beloved by many libyans as well. therefore on behalf of the residents of northern california and our entire state, we join president barack obama, secretary of state hillary rodham clinton, democratic leader nancy pelosi and expensive network of people in saluting ambassador
>>> my name is chris stevens, i'm the new u.s. ambassador to libya. i had the honor to serve as the envoy to the libyan revolution and i was thrilled to watch the libyan people stand up and demand their rights. now i'm excited to return to libya to continue the great work we've started, building a solid partnership between the united states and libya to help you the libyan people achieve your goals. right now i'm in washington, preparing for my assignment. as i walk around the monuments and memorials commemorating the courageous men and women that made america what it is, i'm reminded we too went through challenging periods, when america was divided by a bitter civil war 150 years ago. president abraham lincoln had the vision to pull us together toward a shared goal of peace and prosperity. growing up in california i didn't know much about the arab world. then after graduating from the university of california at berkeley, i traveled to north africa as peace corps engineer. i worked as an english teacher in morocco two years and quickly grew to love this part of the world. si
. hathaway: wrong corpse. right corpse, wrong name. your murder victim is not steven mullan. innocent's gonna love this. come on. forgive me if i'm struggling to get my head round this, but the man formerly known as steven mullan is in fact... alex hadley, late of this parish. and he was formally identified by? by his housemate whose name is in fact... steven mullan. swapsies, ma'am. try to look as if you're enjoying this a little less, would you? is this your mess? actually don't answer. just get it cleared up will you? before the press start doing cartwheels outside my office. (sighs) alex hadley. what, if anything, do we know about him? well, he's a bit of a drifter according to his sister. son of a highly-decorated naval officer who died when he was a kid. not much contact with the family. spent most of the last decade in goa. innocent: is he known to us? had his wrists slapped last summer for class c drugs possession. which is how his dna wheedled its way onto the national database. but why on earth if they were living together...? what does the real steven mull
, "beasts of the southern wild." ang lee, "life of pi." steven spielberg, "lincoln." david o. russell, "silver linings playbook", -- >> and the oscar goes to ang lee. [ applause ] >> including this nomination for best picture for "life of pi," this is the second academy award nomination for ang lee and his second oscar win. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. thank you, movie god. [ laughter ] i really need to share this with all 3,000, everybody work with me in "life of pi." i want to thank you for -- i really want to thank you for believing this story and sharing this incredible journey with me. i need to thank yann martel for writing this incredibly inspiring book and everyone at fox, thank you for taking the leap with me, jim and elizabeth gabeler. my producers, gil netter, david womark, david lee. wonderful cast, where are you, you're a miracle. the young pi carrying the movie. every one of you in the cast, i cannot waste this time talking about them. you hold a golden statue in my heart. i cannot make this movie without the help of taiwan, out there. i want
wild." ang lee, "life of pi." steven spielberg, "lincoln." david o. russell, "silver linings playbook", -- >> and the oscar goes to ang lee. [ applause ] >> including this nomination for best picture for "life of pi," this is the second academy award nomination for ang lee and his second oscar win. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. thank you, movie god. [ laughter ] i really need to share this with all 3,000, everybody work with me in "life of pi." i want to thank you for -- i really want to thank you for believing this story and sharing this incredible journey with me. i need to thank yann martel for writing this incredibly inspiring book and everyone at fox, thank you for taking the leap with me, jim and elizabeth gabeler. my producers, gil netter, david womark, david lee. wonderful cast, where are you, you're a miracle. the young pi carrying the movie. every one of you in the cast, i cannot waste this time talking about them. you hold a golden statue in my heart. i cannot make this movie without the help of taiwan, out there. i want to thank everybody. there
angels in americd caroline or change. his screenplays include steven spielberg's -- in today's book is the screenplay for the lincoln movie and a forward by doris kearns goodwin the communications group publishes it, 164 pages, $34 for costs and $15.90 for the paper book and you can order while we are laying -- live and we will have signed copies for you. as well we have harold holzer, his third or fourth time on, senior vice president for internal affairs at the metropolitan museum of art and cochair of the lincoln bicentennial commission, may it rest in peace. has authored or co-authored 44 books on lincoln and the civil war and is a specialist in this imagery and go to guy on media on anything lincoln. hopefully we will get you an artifact whisper. he won the lincoln prize for cooper union and the award four times the evans freeman award, chicago civil roundtable the achievement awards for the lincoln group of new york and also the james robertson young leaders award for the roundtable of new york and that really goes to the book he has done today which is his latest book, how ab
is interested in filling in. other candidates include steven schuh, county counsel chair jerry walker, vice chair john grasso, thomas angelis, and former maryland first lady kendel ehrlich. the county council will interview the candidates vote on february 21. john leopold resigned after being convicted of misconduct in office. there is no chance you will get a new trial with his request being rejected as the judge said it was a without merit. he can still collect his state and county pension. sentencing is scheduled for march 14. the i-team continues to cover -- uncovered new details about a training incident that put a training in a hospital. the instructor has been identified as 46-year-old william kern. investigators say he accidentally grabbed and fired his duty weapon during a training exercise. the university of maryland baltimore campus trainee took a bullet to the head and remains in critical condition. officials say william kern is on medical suspension. four people are recovering from injuries they sustained at a traffic stop. the maryland state police super -- trooper tried to st
. bill geist has such a story. >> reporter: oscar excitement builds here for nominees like steven spielberg and ang lee but for director paul binell, not so much. anybody here like too see a movie tonight? >> please come and see my movie. reporter: later on sunday morning we'll meet the directly of the cito gastonly love. >> made dollars 117 at the box office. >> reporter: it wasn't nominated and doesn't even have tickets. >> osgood: rit a braver introduces us to father-and-son film legends. ben tracy will read from the show biz bible variety. mo rocca serves up movie popcorn and lots more but first the headlines for this sunday morning, the 24th of february 2013. the daytona 500 will go on as scheduled this afternoon after yesterday's last-lap crash that injured at least 33 fans. adrianna diaz has our report. >> announcer: and contact. reporter: the 12-car crash began on the last turn of the last lap of a nationwide series race at daytona international speedway. >> announcer: and a terrible crash. >> reporter: when the number 7 car driven by smith spun out of control. kyle larsen
to the steven spielberg film lincoln. it's a new market praise for it books, 224 pages, illustrated, and it's 16.99 and we can get you this signed as well in first edition. well, thank you both for joining us here at the shop. and i have a ton of questions and i hope some will come in as well. first one is one you may have heard before but first time here and that is that we now know that john favreau, obama's speech writer, has decided to become a screen writer. so as a screen writer, you think you can become obama's speech write center. >> i don't think i'd make a very good political speech writer. i think the requirements of the job that i -- patience and willing to be severely edited, and writing on deadline and so on. not me. >> put some wonderful words into lincoln -- >> i did my best. i think that we have a president that at the moment is really capable of writing very beautiful speeches on his open. and it's night to have a writer back in the white house. >> the spielberg -- >> done being president he'll become would screen writer. >> could happen. >> he is young. could -- >> if anyone i
. >> these volunteer officers are running through drills run by hollywood actor steven seagal. [laughter] [cheers and applause] >> stephen: yes, steven seagal. [cheers and applause] because the only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun is an even worse actor. [laughter] we know hollywood violence is the real problem, therefore it's also the solution. [laughter] it's like fighting fire with fire. if your house is on fire, call an arsonist, he'll know what to do. [laughter] but for some reason arizona democrat chad campbell called using seagal as an instructor "ludicrous." adding, "why don't we also have clint eastwood and chuck norris and bruce willis come out and train them too while we're at it?" [cheers and applause] well, come on! [cheers and applause] that is stupid. you can't have those guys. they still get work. [laughter] besides, none of these guys have lama seagal's mastery of tactical ops. >> i've put hundreds of thousands if not millions of hours into my weapons training. >> stephen: that's right, millions of hours! [laughter] now a million hours is about 115 years, which sounds cr
of chris stevens. lindsay gramm talked with president obama only once on the day of the attack. >> he relied with myself and the generals capabilities. he knows what we deployed and we presented that to him said he knew generally was deployed with as specifics to time he left that up to us. lou: he said he was bothered by the lack of security and admitted the state department never ask for any help from the military. >> did you ever get the message they could not sustain an attack on the consulate? >> was tracking that intelligence. >> did you receive that information? >> i did. >> get to the bodies. >> a great deal. >> why were forces in place ready to respond? >> we never received a request to do so. lou: we never received a request to do so. meanwhile the defense secretary could not answer a simple question was in charge trying to save the lives of the men murdered that night. >> simple question the families ask me is it fair to say you were in charge? >> it is not that simple. the people in charge or those on the ground. >> was secretary clinton in charge? >> people in chargewere
>> welcome to the program, tonight tony kushner who wrote the screenplay for steven spielberg's lincoln. >> when you read the major lincoln biographies and i feel by now i've read all of them, you get, you know, however many there are 10 or 12 that i think are really significant, you get 10 or 12 different abraham lynn cons, the basic facts aren't changed but the way that you interpret those facts he seems to be an hausably internable figure so you sort of pick which lincoln you want to-- you know, draum advertise. and lincoln that is created in team of rivals, the lincoln that she interprets in team of rivals is a fundamentally political guy. and he has other kinds of genius, he's a great writer, a statesman, moral visionary but more than anything else in doris's book, he's a person who has an absolute consumeate mastery of political process. >> rose: we conclude with christopher waltz who stars in jango unchained. >> quentin really has this rock star persona but that's just one side. i like the other side. and it's there. and it's strong and that's where it's all base, liter
mean the book in 2000 before doris had actually finished it and it was the book that steven asked me to adapt, i read it eagerly and i love it. i think it's a masterpiece. but team of rivals is a 900 page four-way political biography, the living definition of something that isn't going to make a feature length film. and steven i think knew that when he was getting chapter by chapter. so i think that when we say that it was adapted from team of rivals what we mean and i think is the credit, i'm not sure. i remember that it is inspired by. >> rose: inspired by. >> team of rivals which is not a dodge, r8. i mean the first time i ever encountered the story of the night over the 13th amendment was in team of rivals. i had never read in any of the other accounts of lincoln's life that i had read, and i hadn't red a lot before i started working on this, any one who really even mentions that lincoln did this, it was a surprise to me to find it. so doris gets credit for introducing me and steven to this incident. but you know when you read the major lincoln biographies and i feel by now i've
. steven's story, i asked myself questions. a lot of writers do that that's usually how i begin. what did he do? who did he meet when he got off the train? who was this man servant? what was his life about? it all began with the seeds and the particular questions, as simple as that. although, then, i had to answer them. what i had done is i usual low don't work with an out line. a lot of writers do they will out line what will happen and sometimes they have to because like if you are writing a mystery you need to write out the plot. i write about characters the characters drive the story. when that hatched i sat down and said, what happens is, a, he arrived and gets off the train what's going to happen. >> i know z, he would get on the train and leave at the evented book. i didn't know the alphabet in between. i was nervous and i took one step at a time very japanese like. i began to study and read everything i could find on the japanese culture. the incredible thing was not having everything that went into it and it still became a quiet book. there is a tsunami. there's tv and lep easie
the president plans to lay out in the state of the union. and what steven seagal plans to do teaming up with sheriff joseph arpaio. >>> i'm veronica de la cruz. >>> the brunt of the storms hit in and around hattiesburg, mississippi, where a long tractor nad doe ripped across parts of the state. the twister traveled down one of hattiesburg main streets wanding its way through the university of southern mississippi's campus. governor phil brian has declared a state of emergency with downed trees, mangled buildings and injuries to more than a dozen people. fortunately no deaths have been reported. nbc meteorologist bill karins will have more on the threat of severe weather and potential flash flooding in a few minutes. >>> residents in southern california remain on edge this morning. day five for the man hunt for a former lapd police officer. la authorities have under the stakes in their search offering a record $1 million reward for information leading to the arrest of christopher dorner. nbc's miguel alma gar ra has details. >>> law enforcement forces say this is chris tow foredorner dum
the role she played in steven spielberg's movie "lincoln," consider this. she agreed to gain 25 pounds to play the part. yet it was her secret challenges she says off screen that propelled her performance forward. here's abc's chris connelly for our series "oscar confidential." >> sally field has been a beloved part of american pop culture for nearly a half century. >> wow, i learned my lesson. >> from her '60s sitcom, "smoky and the bandit" in the '70s. >> why so fast, you late for a big bowling date? >> reporter: and forrest gump in the '70s. today at 66, she has as best actress academy awards as meryl streep does. still, she was undaunted and unabashed to play mary todd lincoln in steven spielberg's "lincoln." >> i'm proud of the film. i'm proud of my work in the film. i'm proud i fought to get in it. >> reporter: proud too to have done it all while deep in the throes of a personal heartbreak she has never before discussed. >> once, mrs. lincoln, i demand of you to try. >> reporter: yet this acclaimed performance, for which she gained 25 pounds, nearly didn't happen despite spielber
daughter willow, until she dropped off. >>> steven tyler admitted to spending $5 million to $6 million on drugs. >>> and if you wanted to see the stars of rocky and raging bull duke it out. sylvester stallone and robert deniro are currently filming a boxing movie. >>> i thought adele looked great. >> she looked stunning and i thought jennifer hudson looked fantastic. >>> this is "first look" on msnbc. stay tuned "way too early" starts right now. ♪ >>> a big night at the ors oscars, ben affleck and "argo" takes home the academy awards' top honors. they were told by none other than first lady michelle obama. she's pretty busy. she did fallon awith mom dancin. >>> this is "way too early." before we get to the other top news of the world, we want to recap last night's academy awards. argo beat films like "lincoln" and silver linings playbook. a bit of redemption for affleck who was passed over best director, which went to ang lee for "lie of pi." "lincoln," though, had its day in the sun, as daniel day-lewis earned his third academy award for best actor. jennifer lawrence might h
. steven raen, he was 22 and a senior at college park. his momand stepfather both work for the university. steven was an english major. police are not releasing the name of the other roommate who was shot and wounded. >> imagine what it was like for the students on campus hearing gunshots. some were still shaken when we caught up with them. we still don't know what prompted the students but while investigators fry to figure out what happened -- try to figure out what happened, some are trying to figure out why. neighbors describe what they heard and saw early this morning. . >> . >> you know, it sounded like what an assault gun fire would sound like. i ducked in the corner and basically curled up in a ball behind the corner where my closet sticks out from the wall and waited for gun fire to stop. >> when the gun fire stopped chip cob saw the fires the suspect set in the yard and the body of steven rane laying on the porch and he was the first person to call 9-1-1. for continuing coverage of this story, stay with abc2news.com and you can also down load our mobile app. >> we have a de
their hand. >> as drag racing. >> see how nick and steven measure up. >> oh! >> let's see. a lot of people online and in real life unhappy about this one. i think you will see why. >> favorite part of my day. part of the day, as you can see, i push [ bleep ] back over the [ bleep ], baby. >> guy in a snowplow dealing with massive amounts of snow in the northeast because of the blizzard and he is moving along and burying people's cars and burying people's driveways and it sounds like he is having a good time doing it. >> yeah. you come see me. i will let you know where it is. >> you see the people's cars already almost completely buried by snow and he is just pushing more and more snow on top of them. listen to him. >> watch this one. oh, now you see it, oh, that snow over. >> you know, i can't believe he actually stopped this and then posted it. like he is doing a job, great, he has to plow the road but you doesn't have to have so much fun making it difficult for other people. >> there is nothing he can do with the snow. he doesn't have a front end loader he can pick it up and take it some
thought i would say this but steven seagal's older, fatter israeli brother is right. [ laughter ] how does he suggest we save our children? >> actor steven seagal is a trained weapons expert and law enforcement veteran of 20 years. today he helped sheriff joe arpaio and the maricopa county swat team train volunteer posse members to take down an active gunman in a sim lighted shooting. >> steven seagal, sheriff joe arpaio, an untrained posse, what could go right? i suppose everybody is entitled to their opinion but in the end they are doing what entertainers do best, providing us with a pleasant distraction from the fact that our actual lawmakers aren't doing (bleep) about this problem. [cheers and applause] in the meantime, if some thug breaks into my house, i'm going to deal with it the same way i always do, by hiding under my covers and pretending i don't speak english. [cheers and applause] >> jon: welcome back my guest tonight 12-time all star major league baseball player and most home runs by a catcher. his new book is called "long shot." please welcome to the program mike piazza. [ch
in its tracks. sam and ginger with much more. >>> also, steven tyler is the latest celebrity taking on intrusive photogs. why he's not saying aloha to the paparazzi anymore. >>> and the legendary director, alfred hitchcock, says "psycho" was actually a comedy. we'll explain on "gma." keep it here. we're just looking, right? of course. this is the leo diamond. [ woman ] wow. [ man ] it's the first diamond ever independently certified to be visibly brighter. it's perfect. it even fits. that's because... ♪ ...i already had it sized. will you marry me? [ female announcer ] the visibly brighter leo diamond, hand-crafted by the master diamond artisans at leo schachter. at kay, the number-one jewelry store in america. yes. ♪ every kiss begins with kay so i get claritin clear... ...for strong, non-drowsy relief of all my allergies... ...like dust... ...mold... ...pets... ...and pollen. looks good. thanks. i live claritin clear. because four out of five dogs over the age of three develop gum disease, and tartar buildup is a contributing factor. [ dog ] or dentastix fresh. clinically prov
with john quincy adams, but a man named alexander stevens. stevens will go on to serve as the vice president of the confederacy. how many people have seen the lincoln movie? yes, it's an excellent movie. he is on negotiations and he's talking to the commissioner from commissioner from the confederacy. one of those is alexander stevens it was in the days when political parties were in america. they were both part of the presidential campaign together. lincoln also served with jefferson davis. he is over in the u.s. senate, president of the confederacy in america. lincoln's second vice president, the man who replaced him, andrew johnson. for so many of these people who would later become critical in the civil war and become important to lincoln's rise to the presidency, they were all there in 30th congress. it is fascinating to watch them interact with these people. before any of them could imagine what role they would play later in history. well, there was nothing bigger than the mexican-american war. they were trying to figure out what is going on with mexico. this is something we could neve
's chief strategist stewart stevens in an exclusive interview. plus, as we head into tonight's oscars, a look at the fierce lobbying campaign and is "zero dark thirty" being swift voted out of contention? i'm howard kurtz and this is "reliable sources." >>> there was frustration. there was outrage. there was a virtual revolt by the press corps when president o obama hit the links with one of the most famous and controversial golfers. >> the one we didn't get to see. >> he made some headlines by golfing with tiger woods, but he got headlines because the press was kept away. it was secret. >> here's a zen question. if president obama played a round of golf with tiger woods this weekend and the white house press corps was not permitted to cover it, did it really happen? >> do you care about who was allowed to cover it? >> this sparked a debate whether he has gone further than previous presidents to keep at a di distance. even as he makes the round on some of these softer media venues. joining us now bill plante and david zurawik television critic for "baltimore sun" and julie mason and f
? steven schork, author of the schork report joins to us respond. >>> elizabeth warren putting on the brass knuckles to take down banks and their regulators. should they be running for the hills? a top industry expert weighs in. "piles of money" coming up. ♪ . sandra: an energy revolution could change the global economic landscape. a new report by pricewaterhousecoopers find the shale oil boom could add $2.7 trillion to the global economy, and, cut the price of crude by $50 a barrel. this is by 2035 by the way. the energy information administration says america is sitting on nearly 24 billion barrels of recoverable shale oil. so will we be able to cash in on this boom? here for a more on this one is steven schork, editor of the schork report. something, steven, you and i talked extensively about. do you think that this is a realistic report by pwc? >> let's just say this, sandra. this is a report that goes out and looks into the future 22 years from now. the only reason why they created 22-year-old forecasts to make astrology look respectable. this is a fast-moving product righnow. that s
hook en newtown , connecticut. >> esas parece escenas de una película protagonizada por steven segal pero son las imágenes de los entrenamientos realizados en una escuela. >> donde 48 policía practican lo que sería un simulacro de una matanza con steven segal, el tiene mas de 20 años de experencia policía y tiene entrenamiento con armas. >> para el actor los niños son lo mas violos que hay son nuesros tesoros y debemos protegerlos. >> habla en ngles. >> según arpallo todos deben saber que los voluntarios harán rondas en las escuelas y manejan armas. >> el alguacil de maricopa dice que contratara mas agentes. >> es un tipo de es pura políticas. >> michelle obama asistió al funeral de hadilla pendelton que fue asesinada dias después de participar en la ceremonia de toma. >> la familia. >> se conviete en tragedia el regreso de unos hinchas de un equipo chilen. >> hugo chávez esta tomando deciciones. >> regresamos con esto y mucho mas. >> senador bob menendez dice que nadie lo compra. >> el senador john mackey sigue que seguirá el camino a la ciudadania. >> dos víctimas de
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